Anna Pavlova

  • Medium: Functional
  • Booth#: 195
  • Website: www.hairforkonline.com
  • Hand carved wooden hair forks, pins and earrings from Ash, Oak, Elm, Cherry... Each piece individually cutting, sanding, buffing and varnishing by me. Most my pieces one a kind.

    Gayle Mayhew : Fun Girls Jewelry

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 210
  • Website: www.fungirlsjewelry.com
  • I make handcrafted jewelry from lampwork glass beads make from rods of Italian glass, melted in a table top torch in my studio. I marry these with stones, pearls, and odd things, from around the world. I use some found objects, some recycled materials, or anything that captures my interest, for very interesting jewelry.

    Jeffrey Nelson : Hudson River Inlay

  • Medium: Functional
  • Booth#: 403
  • Website: www.hudsonriverinlay.com
  • Marquetry: wood inlay mirrors, tables and artwork. First design an image, then select the woods; cut each piece and inlay. Then glue to MDF, sand gingerly, press and finish with a satin and laquer finish.

    Lydia Osias : Art of the Earth

  • Medium: Functional
  • Booth#: 211
  • Hand made functional and decorative pottery. High and mid fire. Lead free glazes and clays. Food safe except for Raku items as noted.

    Neil / Vivian / Tanya Puchalski : Wood Images

  • Medium: Sculpture
  • Booth#: 198
  • Website: www.woodimagesjewelry.com
  • Turned and painted maple wood spherical sculptures. The work is turned on a lathe and painted with acrylics. I finish the surface with several coats of a clear resin to create depth. The compositions range from representational to abstract/ contemporary. We also incorporate this process for our hand shaped maple wood neck pieces and cuffs.

    Jeffrey Nelson : Hudson River Inlay

  • Medium: Functional
  • Booth#: 403
  • Website: www.hudsonriverinlay.com
  • Marquetry: wood inlay mirrors, tables and artwork. First design an image, then select the woods; cut each piece and inlay. Then glue to MDF, sand gingerly, press and finish with a satin and laquer finish.

    Constance Provenzano : Apothecary’s Earthstuff

  • Medium: Apparel
  • Booth#: 560
  • Beauty and health using energy color consults through apparel designs (I am a seamstress) of exquisite fabrics such as cashmere, angora, merino wool, silks, wood silks, alpaca, bamboo, hemp and exotic wools for items including jackets, scarves, pashminas, wraps, ruanas, stoles, capes, etc ranging from $10 to $200ish

    Elizabeth Lynn Moon : Elizabeth Lynn Moon Original Art Jewelry

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 467
  • Website: www.ElizabethLynnMoon.com
  • I approach the creation of my one of a kind necklace sets as impressionist art interpreting life to be passed through generations. Each necklace is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, with a photograph of the design, a short poetic descriptor written for the piece, and a list of materials including anything of quality that inspires me. Pearls, gemstones, art vintage glass, crystal, and silver vermeil or copper. Sets from $180. Earrings also available.

    Guillermo Martinez : quetzalcoatlmusic

  • Medium: Functional
  • Booth#: 532
  • Website: www.quetzalcoatlmusic.org
  • Hand carved and lathe-turned wood flutes and drums. Made from sustainable exotic and domestic wood. Using traditional wood working techniques and vintage tools. Embellished with sterling silver and semi-precious stones.

    Jeunko Major : Ecosystems of Hawaii

  • Medium: Functional
  • Booth#: 404
  • Website: www.ecosofhawaii.com
  • I make self-contained enclosed ocean habitats for a species of Hawaiian red shrimp. Inside are various types of expired corals, faux florals, lava rocks, sand, colored gravel and sea shells. The shrimp only grow to 1/2", even in the wild, so they are perfect for the ecosystems. They live in brackish water that has algae in it. On average they live 2- 3 years but can live over 10 years too.

    Lary McKee : McKee Studio’s

  • Medium: Painting
  • Booth#: 461
  • Website: www.larymckee.com
  • My medium for all my originals is acrylics painted on linen canvas, which I make from polymers, water, binding agents and pure color pigments. My painting style is somewhat whimsical, contemporary. I use only small brushes and as many as 15 different layers of acrylic wash to achieve my desired effect. All Giclee's are 100 % to original made with light resistant archival dyes S, N, L, Edition of 250

    Lori O’Neill : L. O’Neill Design

  • Medium: Apparel
  • Booth#: 476
  • Exquisite jacquard, silk, and linen handbags, jackets, and dresses. Semi-precious stone and fabric rose details. Limited edition and one of a kind art to wear.

    Melissa McCumiskey : Studio 522 Art Glass

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 524
  • Website: www.522artglass.com
  • In 2005, accomplished glass artists and educators Melissa McCumiskey and Penny Ruhter established Studio 522 Art Glass. The studio allows the artist to pursue their true passion to create glass and to challenge the boundaries of blown, kiln-formed and torch-worked glass techniques gives each of them, the ability to express their creativity, collaborate and create truly unique art.

    Pat Moseuk : M.J. Studios

  • Medium: 2D Mixed Media
  • Booth#: 558
  • Website: www.pmjstudios.com
  • My original paintings range in sizes from 12" to 48". The mediums I use are acrylic, mixed media, collage and oil, on canvas, wood panel and rag board. Paintings done on paper are matted and framed. I sell also small affordable 12" x 12" original paintings, prices ranging $60-85. My prices for my paintings range between $200.00 - 4,000.00.

    Shari Milner : Shari Milner Designs

  • Medium: Jewelry
  • Booth#: 473
  • Website: artsicle.com/shari-milner
  • I work with semi precious stone, pearls, glass, Gold, Rhodium and Sterling. I drill, solder, and assemble. I have a Sophisticated, evocative look with pieces selling at $28.00 to $350.00. My work has been described as organic, peaceful, soft and whimsical. "Oh what lovely peaceful jewelry"

    Teresa Ow-Wing : Terry Ow-Wing Designs

  • Medium: Functional
  • Website: www.TerryOw-WingDesigns.com
  • I will be selling fused glass art that is functional in nature but will have a unique artistic flavor. Ideas for artwork are derived from my design background in architecture, photography, and my Asian American heritage. Items featured are clocks, sushi plates, platters, and ikebana flowers stands. I emphasize uniqueness. Virtually all my creations are one of the kind.

    Waka Ozawa

  • Medium: Apparel
  • Booth#: 510
  • Original designed vests, jackets, shirts and purses created from Vintage Kimonos and Obis. Every pieces are created by me. All are one of a kind.